Familiarity vs Openness


It has now been a week since I landed in South Korea. My daily motto has become, “Be comfortable with the uncomfortable.” Before coming here, whenever someone would ask me what I was most looking forward to, I’d always say the food. Being here for the last few days has been hard on that front because many restaurants do not have vegetarian options. This has not steered me away from enjoying my time here because Seoul has so much more to offer than just its food selection. One thing I have found a love for is the architecture of the city. South Korea is ancient, and the buildings are one of the ways that show how much the city has grown and evolved. The buildings are very tall and skinny and are placed everywhere. Next journal, I will include either pictures or another video of my journey to one of the tallest buildings in the world.